Let's be completely honest with ourselves: The Arkansas Razorbacks have just been plain bad since starting the season 3-0.
There's not just one guy or one unit that is to blame. There has been poor play in a lot of areas and it has resulted in some very lopsided losses recently. In fact, in the Hogs' last three games, they've been outscored 134-17.
The defense has regressed staggeringly and the offense has been vanilla.
Head coach Bret Bielema and the Razorbacks were off this weekend, giving them two weeks to prepare for an Auburn Tigers squad that has been a huge surprise. It comes at a good time, because Lord knows this team needs the extra practice.
But what things do the Hogs need to work on the most before next Saturday?
Here are the areas Arkansas needs to work on most before Auburn comes to town. There are a lot of issues right now and we'd be here all day if we tried to name them, so we've condensed the problems into the five biggest.
The items on this list have been the most pressing issues thus far in the 2013 campaign and need to be addressed first with the extra practice.
Let's take a look at which problems have come to the forefront and need quick fixing.